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- Brief biography and summary of his works.
- University of California Riverside. Research interests: quantum gravity and n-categories. Regular column on "This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics".
- Researcher in String Theory and Mathematical Physics. Website contains several online tools (e.g. cohomCalg), research information and popular-scientific / introductory texts.
- University of Exeter. Recent work on coupled systems and theoretical neuroscience. Publications and preprints.
- Includes a biography comparing him with other contemporaries of his, references and quotations.
- A biography of the Mathematican who worked on differential equations and created the form now call Sturm-Liouville equations.
- Applications of mathematics to physics problems drawn from a career in industry.
Delius, Gustav W.
- University of York. Quantum field theory and mathematical physics, particularly interested in integrable quantum field theories with a boundary. Publications, talks, teaching material, meetings.
Dr Samuel Picton Drake
- Senior research scientist with the Australian Public Service (APS) and on the executive committee of the Australian Institute of Physics (AIP). His research interests are general relativity and cosmology.
- Includes a brief biography and bibliography.
- A brief biography of Cartan and exposition of his work in applied topology.
- Includes a brief biography and a reference list.
- A biography including quotations from his writings and contemporary articles.
- A short biography on the mathematician who created Stokes's theorem
- University of Zaragoza. Publications, resources.
- Rutgers University. Research on string theory and M-theory, with a particular emphasis on the underlying mathematical structures and applications to and from modern mathematics.
- The mathematician whose work with coordinate transformations is still common in mathematical physics
- The mathematician who developed Hankel functions and the Hankel transform.
- The mathematician who analysed the orbit of Uranus and predicted a possible extra planet.
- A short biography on the man who invented the Fourier series and transforms.
- The mathematician who developed Sturm-Liouville differential equations.
- University of Wollongong. Non-linear chemical dynamics.
- NYU graduate, now on the faculty at Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York. Includes selected publications.
- Provides information on the Renormalization Group, Asymptotic Freedom, and other papers.
- A short history of the life and work of Sophus Lie, whose work, Lie groups, has applications in quantum mechanics in relativity.
- Research in mathematical aspects of supersymmetry; also personal interests.
- A list of personal web pages related to symmetries and integrability.
- IEEC/CSIC. Random matrix theory, quantum groups and zeta functions. Publications, resources.
- Department of Biological Physics. Eötvös Loránd University. Budapest, Hungary. Specializes in statistical physics.
- A short biography on Volterra and his work in differential equations and mathematical physics.
Vladimir I. Arnold
- Overview of the life and works of the man who has given many topological (and other) contributions to mathematical physics.
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